Current Exhibitions

Hebru Brantley: Forced Field

September 9 – January 7

The Elmhurst Art Museum is excited to announce a solo show of new work by the Chicago artist Hebru Brantley. A native of the city’s Bronzeville neighborhood, Brantley is known for his public art commissions such as Chi Boy on S. Wabash and an eight-panel mural at the McCormick Place CTA Green Line station. His work is influenced by an array of pop culture icons, comic book heroes, Japanese anime, and street art pioneers Jean-Michel Basquiat, KAWS and Keith Haring. Read More ›

David Wallace Haskins: Skycube

Indefinite loan, courtesy of the artist

Elmhurst Art Museum presents the world premiere of Chicago-based artist David Wallace HaskinsSkycube outside the Museum beginning August 11, 2015. A three-ton construction of steel, glass and far infrared light film, Haskins’ 8 x 8 x 8 foot Skycube brings the full vertical dimension of the sky down to the pictorial plane. Seen at eye level through a square aperture cut into the white steel cube, the moving image of the sky is not a digital projection or display—it is the actual three-dimensional sky. Read More ›

TRANSMOGRIFICATION

November 4 - December 14, 2017

The Elmhurst Artist's Guild (EAG) will host TRANSMOGRIFICATIONa group show featuring artwork by the Chicago Women’s Caucus for Art, November 4  through December 14, 2017. A free opening reception will be held on Friday, November 10th from 7:00 to 9:00pm.  Read More ›